Found February 11, 2013 on
Last week, the Worcester Sharks played two games in Newfoundland against the Ice Caps. The Sharks won both games, 3-2 and 4-0.
Tuesday's game was a nail-biter. Daniil Tarasov opened the scoring at 1:32 of the first with assists from Tim Kennedy and Bracken Kearns. The Sharks gave up a short-handed goal to Jason Jaffrey (assist to Maxime Macenauer) in the middle of that period. Then the teams went scoreless through the second, each team taking an assortment of penalties. At 6:31 of the third period, Jaffrey scored a power play goal for St. John's (assists to Raymond Sawada and Derek Meech). The Sharks didn't get that goal back until 16:42, with a power play goal from Bracken Kearns (assists to Tim Kennedy and Denny Urban). Less than two minutes later, Tarasov scored the game winner with 1:31 left in the game (assists to Kearns and Kennedy). The Sharks scored on one power play out of three and they killed four of five penalties. Harri Sateri made 30 saves...
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The Sharks left Bridgestone arena in Nashville after falling 1-0 in overtime, but tonight they can leave with their pride.
âA much better effort than last nightâ quipped Todd McLellan after the game.
âEverybody that dressed contributed tonight. I thought we were much more competitive and played a much more detailed game, but we still had the same result. We have...
Today we’ve been talking about sports movie quotes on Twitter and Facebook and I wanted to keep it going. One of the nominees for our Retro Hall of Fame is NHL 94. This video game (or a later version of it) is played in two of pop culture’s greatest movies ever: Swingers and Mallrats. The question I’d pose is which movie’s NHL hockey video game scene is better?
“This one sucks.”
— Sharks coach Todd McLellan, after Monday’s 6-2 loss to the 4-7-2 Blue Jackets. The Sharks have lost five in a row.
They were riding high at the end of January, but this month has been a different story for the San Jose Sharks.
Perhaps a visit to the Western Conference-worst Columbus Blue Jackets is just what they need to get back on track.
The Sharks will try to snap a four-game skid on Monday night when they open a six-game road trip against the struggling Blue Jackets.
After averaging 3.86...
from David Pollak of Working the Corners at the Mercury News,
Todd McLellan doesn’t want his team to forget about what happened in that 6-2 embarrassment in Columbus on Monday night when they face the Nashville Predators tonight.
“I want them to be pissed off. I want them to be mad. I want them to be upset,” McLellan said after a team meeting that lasted 20-25 minutes...
Patrick Marleau’s tenth goal of the season came in a shocking loss for the San Jose Sharks. They were beaten up and down the ice by the Columbus Blue Jackets 6-2. San Jose has now lost five in a row (0-3-2) following their 7-0-0 start. Columbus was averaging 1.92 goals per game coming into this one and the Sharks allowed 1.82 goals per game so this result was totally unexpected...
It was all Blue Jackets right from the drop of the puck as the Sharks lost their fifth straight game as they played their first game in the Eastern Time zone.
âOutworked, out executed, out detailed, out goaltendedâ were some of the choice words chosen by Todd McLellan when he described his teamâs efforts tonight.
âItâs a pretty simple league, the team...
from Adam Proteau of The Hockey News,
The debate around the dimensions of goalie pads has been around for years, if not decades. And San Jose Sharks GM Doug Wilson isn’t about to allow the contentious issue to fade into the background, because he and others believe the padding has become less about protection and more about stopping pucks from going through a netminder’s...